hurried

[ hur-eed, huhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurried

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HURRIED

Robert hurried upstairs, and quickly returned with the weapon.

Robert hurried home, and rushed into the kitchen where his mother was at work.

He might not come for her, but he would send Moses, and then he hurried away.

By this time several persons had hurried to the scene of the encounter.

Sarah agreed briskly, and she hurried on toward the private office.

"Oh, I'm wise—I'm wise," Aggie nodded, as she hurried out toward her bedroom.

As he hurried to the door, he expressed again his admiration for the name.

But she hurried obediently, nevertheless, to get ready for the start.

He had been prepared for some such emergency, and he hurried into his room for amyl-nitrate.

The most hurried traveller will, of course, visit one and all.

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